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Policyholders grapple with strategies for responding to New York’s new insurance disclosure law

Insurance disclosure requirements have just become far more complex and onerous for parties that face litigation in New York state courts. In our January article (updated in February), we discussed the particulars of New York’s new Comprehensive Insurance Disclosure Act as it stood when the legislation was signed into law in late December 2021 and as … Continue Reading

Stadium Owners Watching Closely To See if Insurer Fumbles Reggie Bush Claim

San Francisco 49ers running back Reggie Bush reportedly intends to sue the city of St. Louis after slipping on a concrete surface behind the St. Louis Rams’ bench during a recent game, injuring his knee and ending his season. If a lawsuit is brought, St. Louis (which owns the Rams’ stadium where the injury occurred) … Continue Reading

The Vital Role of Cyber Insurance in Protecting a Team’s “Analytic Property”

Professional sports organizations are facing a new off-field risk: potential exposure of their proprietary data. In this new age of data in professional sports, teams are spending millions of dollars on sabermetrics and other data science techniques to obtain a competitive edge. But as the recent alleged breach of the Houston Astros’ computer database by … Continue Reading

Obtaining Coverage By Stepping Outside The Box

 By Timothy P. Law Every lawyer likes to believe that he or she thinks outside the box. In the law, that can mean different things to different people. For me, it means finding paths that are not immediately apparent in striving to meet the client’s objectives. Many times, insurance recovery lawyers see an insurance company’s … Continue Reading

Don’t Forget About D&O Insurance When The Government Subpoena Arrives

By Paul E. Breene and Mark S. Hersh When an investigation is commenced by a federal or state government entity, whether by service of a subpoena or by less formal means, a company should have two standard operating procedures: first, hire excellent and experienced counsel to respond to the investigation or subpoena, and second, determine whether … Continue Reading

Getting the Corporate Deal Done: A Little Insurance Knowledge Goes a Long Way

By Laura Geiger and John Vishneski A company’s insurance program is an asset that is often ignored during corporate transactions. This is a mistake. Understanding the insurance assets available and how to maximize insurance assets during a corporate transaction will give companies an advantage at the negotiating table. Failing to maximize coverage during a corporate transaction can have … Continue Reading

Answers To The Most Common And Perplexing Questions About Professional Liability Coverage

Reed Smith partner Tom Marrinson, resident in the firm’s Chicago office, has been advising policyholders about their insurance coverage, and representing them in coverage litigation, for more than 20 years. While Tom’s experience ranges widely, he has literally written the book on insurance coverage for professionals and companies that employ them Professional Liability Insurance, published … Continue Reading
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